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Need assistance with applying either feminist therapy or a complementary or alternative therapy to the case of Henry (see the case study narrative, The Case of Henry). Can you specify how the theory would conceptualize his "problem," what key concepts can be applied, and discuss two specific interventions you would use with this client. In addition, identify a limitation of using the theory to this case.

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In the case of Henry, integrating feminist theory with psychotherapy might benefit him as much as any other theory out there. As much as other theories like, cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) and rational emotional behavior therapy (REBT), would fit his situation. There are several different issues Henry has, and feminist theory mixed in with psychotherapy could help him sort things out and pull it all together. Some of the issues to address with Henry is his sense of abandonment, overall ...

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